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Treatment Resources: Drug Side Effects/Complications

HIV and Diabetes HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet with information on the symptoms and causes of hyperglycemia, which is a condition that occurs when glucose levels in the blood are abnormally high.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/59/hiv-and-diabetes

HIV and HCV Drug Interactions: A Quick Guide for Clinicians - February 20, 2014 PDF (254.54)

Source: New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center

Information for health care providers on drug interactions between antiretroviral (ARV) medications and hepatitis C virus (HCV) medications.

http://www.nynjaetc.org/documents/NewHIV_and_HCV_Drug_Interaction_Quick_Guide2-20-14finalwebversion.pdf

HIV and Hepatotoxicity HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet with information on the symptoms, causes, and risk factors of hepatotoxicity, also known as liver damage.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/67/hiv-and-hepatotoxicity

HIV and Hyperlipidemia HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet with information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments for hyperlipidemia, a condition in which increased amounts of fat are found in the blood.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/66/hiv-and-hyperlipidemia

HIV and Lactic Acidosis HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet with information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments for lactic acidosis, a condition caused by an excess amount of lactate in the blood and low blood pH.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/68/hiv-and-lactic-acidosis

HIV and Lipodystrophy HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet with information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments for lipodystrophy, an abnormality in the way the body produces, stores, and uses fat.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/61/hiv-and-lipodystrophy

HIV and Rash HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments of skin rashes caused by some anti-HIV medications.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/60/hiv-and-rash

HIV and Osteoporosis HTML

Source: AIDSinfo

Fact sheet provides information on the causes, symptoms, and treatments of three types of bone disorders that often affect HIV infected individuals.

https://aidsinfo.nih.gov/education-materials/fact-sheets/22/62/hiv-and-osteoporosis

Psychiatric Medications and HIV Antiretrovirals: A Guide to Interactions for Clinicians PDF (597.16 KB)

Source: New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center

Information for health care providers on drug interactions between antiretroviral (ARV) medications and psychiatric medications.

http://www.nynjaetc.org/documents/2013_PsychGuide_WEB.pdf

Recreational Drugs and HIV Antiretrovirals: A Guide to Interactions for Clinicians PDF (190.54 KB)

Source: New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center

Information for health care providers about interactions between antiretroviral (ARV) medications and recreational drugs.

http://www.nynjaetc.org/documents/2014_RecreationalDrugInteractionGuide.pdf

Side Effects Guide HTML

Source: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Information on common side effects of antiretroviral (ARV) medications and tips for patients on how to manage these side effects.

http://www.hiv.va.gov/patient/side-effects-guide/index.asp

Side Effects/AIDS.gov HTML

Source: AIDS.gov

Information on the side effects of HIV medicines, including short-term and long-term side effects and dealing with side effects.

https://www.aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/just-diagnosed-with-hiv-aids/treatment-options/side-effects/

What is Diabetes? HTML

Source: AIDS.gov

Information on diabetes, including signs and symptoms, risk factors, and when to contact your health care provider.

https://www.aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/staying-healthy-with-hiv-aids/potential-related-health-problems/diabetes/

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